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November 23, 2021

Applications for Spring 2022 Semester in Dialogue: Navigating Complexity are now closed. Thank you for your support recruiting students.

Have someone in mind? Now's the time to get them to apply because any referral that results in an accepted student in the Spring 2022 session gets a $25 gift certificate to Uber Eats. That’s $25 for you and $25 for the accepted student. Gift certificates will be distributed in February 2022. Send them here to apply!

Other ways to support:

There are many other ways support our Semester in Dialogue recruitment. Here are a few ideas:

1. Post to your IG stories: Share this image to your IG stories and tell us which “this or that” you’d be if you took our hybrid Spring 2022 semester. Don’t forget to tag @SFUSemester.

2.  Share a testimonial: Have something to say about the Semester in Dialogue? Record a testimonial on Instagram or create TikTok video like this one. If you tag @SFUSemester we’ll repost you! Don’t want to share on your own social channels? Drop your video file here or fill out this form instead and we’ll share it on our socials.

3. Repost our social media: Hit share on our InstagramTwitterFacebook and LinkedIn posts. Make sure to like and comment on them too.

4. Have another idea for recruiting students? Email us at dialogue@sfu.ca.

About Semester in Dialogue

SFU's Semester in Dialogue is a one-semester, full-time program designed to inspire students with a sense of civic responsibility and encourage their passion for improving society. Each semester the program offers an original, interdisciplinary experience that bridges the classroom with the community and creates space for students to reflect on what they are doing and why it matters. The Spring 2022 session, Semester in Dialogue: Navigating Complexity, will allow students to explore many issues plaguing our society and dive deep into non-traditional solutions to the world’s most complex problems. Students will get the opportunity to center dialogue and systems thinking and build capacity and deepen the relationships necessary for navigating our increasingly complex future.